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Is there software to output Microsoft System Information as html?

Posted on 2002-05-08
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I was thinking it would be convenient to remote diagnosis of problems to be able to generate html pages representing the System Information that the MS utility generates.

It could be put on the web and then experts (e.g. here? or from support lines) could be given a link to refer to it to speed up the diagnosis process.

I can do this manually using cut and paste (and manually styling the red and blue entries that sometimes occur) but I am lazy and would prefer automation and feel this particular wheel has probably already been invented. However I didn't find such a utility with a web search.

Anyone know of one?
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You can choose file -->export and export it as a txt file
msinfo32 is the utility
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Yes - I tried that, but it creates one massive text file.

I was thinking it would be better as a mini-tree of seperate html pages so you could click down to the sections of interest. Also html could preserve the red and blue styled text.

Sorry I wasn't more explicit in the question

oskelton
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OK Stephen - no other takers. What I dreamt of obviously doesn't exist (yet) so I accept your answer.
Thanks for taking the time.

Oliver
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Oliver wish I could have done better for you
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